Food Center 88 @ Asia City


Have you heard about Pete's Corner? I would have blog about it if I had wake up earlier for breakfast. I've heard about Pete's Corner serving good breakfast in the morning and therefore, I planned to go there for breakfast today. However, I had failed to wake up early on a Sunday morning and by the time I reached, the shop was closed. I walked around the shops and decided to settle down for brunch at Food Center 88 which is located next to Stone Bridge Galley.


Wat Tan Ho RM6
I guessed it was just not my day as I tried to order the Char Koay Teow and Mee Suah but both were sold out. I saw a stall selling Penang Prawn Noodle and Lum Mee but it was closed. I ended up looking for the available food and ordered a Wat Tan Ho. It took quite some times to arrived. The taste was quite nice(maybe I'm too hungry). It had the wok-hei (burned-taste) that I always like when eating Tai Chow. They put Char Siew, pork slices, prawns and pork-roll as the condiments.


Sarawak Laksa RM5
The Sarawak Laksa is from another stall that serve a variety of Sarawak's noodle. The Laksa taste was just average. Nothing to shout home about. However, they are quite generous with the condiments as there were 6 prawns, some fish cake slices and chicken slices in the Laksa.



Ratings:
Food: 3/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5


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